But it's not just that they aren't having any success at the plate.
It's which hitters haven't yet come through when they need to.
Jones, in particular, has been especially frustrating to watch, as he looks like he is trying to crank a six-run homer into the parking lot on most at-bats. Last night, he saw just 11 pitches in five at-bats.
Too often, Orioles hitters have swung at the first pitch and fallen behind early in the counts, making the stat lines for Yankees starters
Overall, the Orioles are hitting just .208 in the series -- they have 22 hits in 106 at-bats -- after going 7-for-40 last night. But Jones says their aggressive attitude won't change with the season on the line.